CAMPUS CHILD CARE SUPPORT (BL-CCCS-IUBLA)
Indiana University Early Childhood Education Services Committed to creating high-quality experiences for children, families, and our employees.
IU Early Childhood Education Services (ECES) provides year-round, high-quality care and education at nationally accredited centers for children ages birth through 5 years. Our commitment to high-quality is demonstrated by providing child-centered, active learning environments based on research supported best practices, through degreed teachers, strong campus support, and adherence to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). In addition to the service component, the IUB ECES Centers meet the academic mission of Indiana University by providing sites for student training and by serving as research sites for faculty and students. Finally, the early childhood centers at IUB serve as model high quality, early education programs for the Bloomington community and the state of Indiana.
Our relationship-based philosophy is focused on a team approach with the goal of providing excellent care for children. In each of our 4 classrooms, a fast-paced environment designed for the success of the children is facilitated by all. Teachers' Aides work very closely with a team of Lead Teachers and receive coaching/mentoring on a consistent basis.
- Serves as a strong supportive role on a team
- Visually observes and supervises children and their activities
- Ensures the general safety and well-being of all children
- Communicates openly and respectfully with children, parents, and staff
- Helps support children as they work to develop physical and communication skills
- Always maintains work area - all staff members share in the housekeeping and cleaning duties
- High school diploma or GED
- Coursework in child development
Working Conditions / Demands
- Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information
- Dependable and punctual
- Relates well to young children and is sensitive to children's needs
Ability to move objects up to 40 pounds. The person in this role must be able to perform the essential functions with or without an accommodation.Additional Information
This position is for Summer 2023 through Fall 2023Work Location
Bloomington, IndianaAdvertised Salary
$11.00 per hourJob Classification
Career Level: Part Time Employee
Job Function: Part Time Employee
Job Family: Part Time Employee
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